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Art Directors Guild Announces Presenters for 25th Annual ADG Awards, Taking Place Saturday


ADG Awards
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The Art Directors Guild (ADG, IATSE Local 800) has announced a number of presenters for its 25th Annual ADG Awards, taking place Saturday, April 10, at 3pm PST with JB Smoove Hosting.

The previously announced Matt Bomer, Tyra Banks, Maria Bakalova, Carey Mulligan, Emerald Fennell, Aasif Mandvi,
Jenna Elfman and Brian Tee have now been joined by Jordi Molla (Jack Ryan), Nicco Annan (P-Valley) & Michael Zegen (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel).

Ryan Murphy, award-winning television producer, writer and director, will receive the esteemed Cinematic Imagery Award, honoring his prestigious spectrum of extraordinary productions reflecting the highest quality of production design, presented by Matt Bomer, star of many of Murphy’s shows, including Boys in the Band.

Lifetime Achievement Awards will be presented to Emmy-winning Production Designer Stuart Wurtzel (AD), Set Designer Martha Johnston (SDMM), Concept Artist John Eaves (IMA), and Scenic Artist Patrick DeGreve (STG) for their outstanding legacies and contributions to their crafts.

You can see the full list of nominations here.

The re-imagined hybrid show will be streamed at with the pre-show starting at 3pm PST and the awards program beginning at 4pm PST. Tickets are FREE but reservations are necessary, and those can also be made at

Note: Below the Line is a media sponsor for the 25th ADG Awards.

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